Viewpoints: Should you take Social Security at 62?

February 06, 2020
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WEEKLY EDITION: February 6, 2020
Should you take Social Security at 62?
Should you take Social Security at 62?
If you can wait a few years longer, you can boost your benefits—and your spouse's.

What's next for emerging markets?
For long-term investors, emerging markets' future prospects are what matters.

Is your portfolio ready for a downturn?
Scenario planning may help you understand how your portfolio may perform through a potential market downturn.

Where should you put long-term savings?
Consider HSAs, 401(k)s, and IRAs, which offer important long-term tax benefits.

An investment opportunity in blood plasma?
There's a shortage of blood plasma donations, but increased demand for plasma-intensive treatments, says Fidelity's Jed Weiss.

Q1 sector scorecard
Our strategist sees a healthy outlook for several sectors as the stock market reaches new all-time highs.

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Save on tax prep services
Fidelity is pleased to offer special discounts on TurboTax®, H&R Block®, and TaxAct® to help you prepare your tax return.
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